From administrative impediments to all-out bans, here's how several states are undercutting Roe v. Wade in 2021
In addition to killing 600,000 Americans, Covid-19 is undermining the health of people who were never infected with the virus, but whose lives were devastated by the loss of jobs, homes and opportunities for the future
Conversion Therapy Is Discredited and Increases Risk of Suicide – yet Fewer Than Half of US States Have Bans in Place
Conversion therapy, or the practice of attempting to change a person's sexual orientation or gender identity, is based on an outdated and incorrect notion that such identities are a choice that can be changed
A new study says some of the nation's largest hospital systems kept filing lawsuits, liens and garnishments — and most were nonprofit
Black patients make up more than 35% of people on dialysis but just 13% of the U.S. population
Weight stigma occurs in many developed countries, not just the U.S. and often has devastating consequences
A growing number of insurers are quietly ending those fee waivers for Covid-19 treatment on some or all policies
Declaring Racism a Public Health Crisis Brings More Attention to Solving Long-Ignored Racial Gaps in Health
Where someone lives is the greatest predictor of health and life expectancy. A person's ZIP code is also a good predictor of their race and ethnicity.
Experiencing mental health challenges and chronic stress can lead to significant weight gain. Stopping the cycle of obesity might start with a therapist.
1 in 3 College Students Face Food Insecurity – Expanding Snap Benefits on Campus Will Help Stave Off Hunger
Thanks to new legislation, college students who are enrolled at least half-time may be eligible for food assistance
07 Apr 2021Nutrition & Movement